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to choose. >> beyond expectation, beyond our dreams. exciting to see everybody out of seattle and washington, thank you. >> sunday in seattle was the first day that gay people could marry in washington state. the supreme court will take up the issue. which way will they go? >> striking down the federal law, defense of ameritech, saying that we don't recognize -- defense of marriage act, saying we don't recognize marriage and it is it, but i cannot imagine the courts saying to mrs. be that you are going to have to marry -- courts saying to mrs. to be that you have to marry same-sex couples. conservatives worry that is their last shot at this, that what it much harder to invalidate -- >> you can see where this train is going. there is going to be gay marriage in the united states. >> we have not had such a rapid change on social is used as on this issue of what the court should not do is do what it did on abortion, get in the way by imposing its will. let this happen through the legislatures. >> "the supreme court follows election returns, and if that is the case, you'll see a sea change in a
're going to find some way to put him back in prison. jason actually lives here in seattle now. whenever we first got out, the morning after we got out we came to the seattle. he liked it so much that he never left. he decided he wanted to live here. he is in college at the present time. what time. what he wants to do eventually is go to law school and get his law degree and help people are in the same situation we were in, but he can't even do that with a criminal record. once he gets his law degree he still can't practice law until we are exonerated. >> you guys came a day after your release because i understand eddie vedder and his family and i think eddie vedder is in the band -- [laughter] up and coming here in town. they brought you here, right? and, like, took a shopping. >> a the was in the courtroom today we walked out. became the just to be there for that. he brought straight year. today that we left arkansas, we left like refugees. i did not have a single penny in my pocket. i didn't even have a city close to change into. we had nowhere to go. so eddie brought us here, and his wi
. joining me right now from seattle is victoria haller. her nephew, 6-year-old noah pozner, was killed in the shooting. i'm so sorry for your loss. how are you, how is your family holding up? >> thank you, anderson. we are all completely shattered. it's been very, very rough few days. nobody's getting very much sleep. we are holding together as best we can but you never, ever think something like this can can happen to your family. >> tell us about noah what kind of a boy was he? >> noah was extremely lively, he was really the light of the room. you know, he had a huge heart and he was so much fun. a little bit ram burbunctious, d playing with his cousins, loved his twin most of all and always said that they were best friends. those big blue eyes, a gorgeous, gorgeous boy. he could get what he wanted just by batting those long eyelashes and look it's with you those big blue eyes, you really couldn't say no to him. >> noah has two stars this attended the same school, thankfully you both girls survived the attack and i know one was described as his best friend, his twin sister, arial. >>
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